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Sports Talk With Kenny Chesney In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Radar Online photographers spotted Tim McGraw allegedly buying booze at a liquor store. A source tells the website, “Tim has been clean and sober for 11 years, but he likes to throw a good party! When he and Faith entertain, they have alcohol ready and available for guests. Faith is terrified of his temptation. It nearly destroyed their marriage before!”

Chris Janson tells Songwriters Universe that he wants to bring the fun back to country music. “Man, one thing I miss traditionally in country music, is the fun and humor in it. Whether it’s a drinkin’ song or a cheatin’ or heartbreak song … you know, if you listen to Hank Williams Sr.’s songs, you hear a lot of humor in those. It could be the most depressing song in the world and [still] have some humor in it. And so, I absolutely like writing those songs, because it’s real world-real life stuff. And everyone likes to get a good laugh or a smile, to make themselves feel better. I think it just fits perfectly.”

Carrie Underwood tells The Guardian that she can be crazy at times. “I hope people know you gotta have a little crazy in ya! I’ve got long blond hair and I like glitter. But there’s a little crazy in there, and I like that to come out every once in a while. I went through a phase where I killed a lot of people [in my songs]. I have no idea why, but I wanted everything to be cinematic and dramatic.”

Entertainment Tonight claims Darius Rucker is going to mentor Blake Shelton’s team on ”The Voice.” Darius says he loves Blake, “First of all, he’s so funny and the thing that really makes him a great coach is he’s so genuine. Blake is never BS, ever. He’s honest and like I’ve told him, me and my family watch the show religiously. We watch it all the time and, you know, Blake is always honest with them and he’s always got something cool to say.”

Kenny Chesney tells Billboard magazine that the two passions he had growing up were sports and music. “When I was growing up, I had two passions: sports and music. They were things that made you feel even more alive, and they lifted you up. It was almost hard to separate the way playing football made you feel how being at a great concert was. Music is such a primal force: it’s inside us, without thinking. I think playing sports is the same way.”